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Reservoir High School athletes post stellar performances [Highland Fulton]

Even though another school year has ended, there is still a lot to report about the great things the kids at the local schools have accomplished this year.

Biyik Akinshemoyin of Reservoir High School's Class of 2013 completed his high school tennis career with a state championship in Boy's Singles. All in all, Akinshemoyin had a stellar high school career, winning three county championships, three regional championships and topping it off with a state championship.

Congratulations, Biyik.

Kudos also to Coach Karen Wolfe, who does an outstanding job mentoring and supporting all of the student-athletes at Reservoir. The track and field teams at Reservoir finished out the last meet in fine fashion.

Class of 2013 seniors Cindy Alms and Amy Oliver, along with Class of 2014 teammates Karli Smiraglia and Katie Wilson, the young ladies who make up the Girls 4x800-meter relay team, finished third overall and set a school record of 9:41.35.

Yaa Danso ran the 100-meter hurdles in a season best time of 15.87 and finished eighth overall in the state. Glen Taylor finished in seventh place in the 100-meter dash, matching his season best time of 11.24.

Smiraglia finished fourth and Alms finished seventh in the 1600-meter Run.

The Girls 4x200-meter relay team made up of Daishea Williams, Jhanez Lawerence, Danso, and Kayla Pindell finished the meet in eighth overall, running their race in 1:48.90, just a scoshe (that's a technical term meaning less than a second) off their season best time.

The Boys 4x200-meter relay team of Gibrill Sheriff, Olumide Akinbinu, Timmy Usher and Bryan Sosoo finished fourth overall and ran their race in 1:31.91.

In the 3200-meter run, Adam Gartrell ran a personal best time of 9:43.43. While Alms ran 11:41.50, finishing eighth overall.

In the 800-meter run, Oliver ran 2:21.36 and finished fourth, while Smiraglia ran 2:22.50, finishing in sixth.

Usher also ran in the 800-meter run, finishing in fifth with a time of 1:57.57, and the 400-meter dash taking sixth with a time of 50.76.

The Boys 4x100-meter relay team of Seun Omolana, Sheriff, Taylor and Sosoo finished their race in 44.02 and took eighth.

In the pole vault, Katie Krutz tied the school record of 8 feet for an eighth-place finish. While teammate Kyle Kroll vaulted 11'6" for seventh place.

In the triple jump, Sosoo jumped 43'6" for fourth place.

Congratulations to each of you. And, congratulations to your wonderful coaches Phil Rogers, Jud Lincoln, Devon Brown and Tyrone Hickson.

In other news, the following Reservoir students were elected to the 2013-2014 Student Government Association as executive board officers: Eric Higgins, president; Alexis Michael, first vice president; Delaney Fox, second vice president; Sarah Sandler, secretary; and, Folarin Onifade, treasurer.

Congratulations.

The Lime Kiln Middle School Lime Time Picnic, on May 31, was a huge success. Braving the heat, more than 300 students came out to play basketball, volleyball and soccer and to listen to the sounds of an excellent disc jockey. The kids consumed hamburgers, hot dogs, all kinds of snacks, drinks and Kona Ice snow cones.

A big "thank you" goes out to Andie Cohen and her troop of volunteers for putting together the best Lime Time ever!

Over at Fulton Elementary School, the following are some of the Star-Spangled Kids for the month of April: Kindergarten: Anjali Gangalam, Alexander Lorei, Alex Lee, Mathias Makonnen, Ayoub Ahmad, Evelyn Kim, Camryn Futrell, Danny Hart, Minhdang Ho and Jason Liang; first grade: Amir Edris, Avery Oergel, Cecilia Soheily, Lucy Graber, Jack Brunner, Zoe Wynne, Riley Ou, Joanna Im, Paige Malwitz, Chasity Arbogast and Eddie Chung.

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